|WISE-2011 - FN/Frederick Noronha|
The World Innovation Summit for Education, 2011. Held in Doha, Qatar, Nov 1-3, 2011. Some recordings. By FN.
Keywords: wise; 2011; doha; qatar; audio; recordings
|Goa 2011 Seminar - Recorded by Frederick Noronha|
The Goa-based Xavier Centre of Historical Research and the Thomas Stephens Konknni Kendr organised a national seminar 'Goa 2011, reviewing and recovering 50 years' at Alto Porvorim in end-September 2011. This seminar, intended as the first of a series of multi-disciplinary seminars on Goan themes and issues, is being convened to begin a process of self-education and knowledge-creation to comprehend how the people of this state have shaped and directed their post-colonial history and how specific...
Keywords: goa; xchr; seminar; 2011; end of portuguese rule; alto porvorim; xavier centre of historical research; inter-disciplinary; understanding goa; goa; india
|Veni, Vidi... Goa - Launch function of book recorded by Frederick Noronha|
Recording of the release of a new book *Veni, Vidi... Goa: Travellers' Views of Goa, Ancient and Modern* by Luis S.R. Vas. Published by the Centro de Estudios Indo-Portugueses Voicuntrao Dempo/Vaikunthrao Dempo Centre for Indo-Portuguese Studies. ISBN 978-93-80837-22-2
Keywords: book; luis santa rita vas; goa; india; former portuguese colony; writing; functions; book releases; september 2011, isabela santa rita vas, centro de estudos indo-portugueses voicuntrao dempo
|Goa 2011, a book - Recorded by FN|
Goa 2011: Reviewing and Recovering 50 years. This is a book released on February 7, 2014 at the Xavier Centre of Historical Research. Edited by Dr. Rudolf Heredia & Dr Savio Abreu. For details contact: Xavier Centre of Historical Research, B B Borkar Road, Alto Porvorim, Goa 403521, India. Tel: +91-832-2417772 (Office), 2414971 (Director)http://www.facebook.com/xchr.goa
Keywords: goa; india; portugal; 1961; 2011; history; xavier centre of historical research; new books; dr savio abreu sj; dr rudy heredia sj
|The Dulpod - Recorded by Frederick Noronha|
Folk music from Goa The Mando is a slow verse-and-refrain song, in six-four time, dealing with love, tragedy and contemporary events, both social and political. The Mando-Dulpod is a slower variety of the Dulpod (or a quicker sort of Mando), also in six-four time, facilitating the transition from the Mando's slow rhythm to the quicker one of the Dulpod. The Dulpod itself, in six-eight time, is typically descriptive of Goan life, particularly that of the Christians...
Keywords: music; goa; folk; goa1556; book releases in goa; 2011; music from another era; dr jose pereira; fr antonio da costa; maestro micael martins